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Audio address ? :o

#11
I'll give ya some sigscanning code. (Sigscanning is the technique Phyxie~ described)

As for being unable to move the cursor, disable raw input and make sure your pen isn't touching your tablet.

EDIT: http://pastebin.com/DSN2JUzE
If you don't know how to use this, just copy all the methods in a class (or your main class) and add the right references and DLL imports.
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#12
how the fuck do i enter the pattern in c#.

it says to me that it does not accept a string o.O
Code:
Process osu = Process.GetProcessesByName("osu!")[0];

int a = sigscan("\x2B\x05\x00\x00\x00\x00", osu);
Reddit confirmed that i Timewarp even when i dont have a subscription Kappa retards 
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#13
Thanks ! Smile
Im trying to fix something ATM ... i'll check that after :p
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#14
(06-16-2015, 04:51 AM)Lithium Wrote: how the fuck do i enter the pattern in c#.

it says to me that it does not accept a string o.O
Code:
Process osu = Process.GetProcessesByName("osu!")[0];

int a = sigscan("\x2B\x05\x00\x00\x00\x00", osu);

What about using a byte[]? Like you should?
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#15
(06-16-2015, 05:08 AM)JustM3 Wrote:
(06-16-2015, 04:51 AM)Lithium Wrote: how the fuck do i enter the pattern in c#.

it says to me that it does not accept a string o.O
Code:
Process osu = Process.GetProcessesByName("osu!")[0];

int a = sigscan("\x2B\x05\x00\x00\x00\x00", osu);

What about using a byte[]? Like you should?

Help it doesn't work lol :?
Code:
IntPtr address = sigscan("\2B\02\FF\00\00\00\01\06", "xxx?xx?x")
this too lol? PLS HELP
Code:
public private String lol = sigscan[0x2FF817]
PHP Code:
Hi I'm Green 
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#16
Do i have to use:
Code:
byte[] pat = new byte[]{ 0x6EA4 }; // is that it ?
int AudioA = MemoryHelper.sigscan(pat,osu);
AudioA will contain the audio address , what kind of dark magic is this ?
I'll try this today ! (later)
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#17
Look at the code and try to understand it first. This sigscanner doesn't support masks since I didn't have to use them (yet). Either look for another AoB or try to edit the code.
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#18
I have to fix some stuff, after that i'll dedicate my time to find this (madafakin) address !
Read the code from JustM3 ... It's pretty simple xD
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#19
Code:
0x85, 0xF6, 0x75, 0x04, 0x33, 0xC0, 0xEB, 0x1C, 0x8B, 0xCE

+0xD4 from the pattern is a structure that contains the time address.

Got this using ReClass:
Code:
class AudioEngine
{
public:
    __int32 Time1; //0x0000
    __int32 Time2; //0x0004
    __int32 Time3; //0x0008
    __int32 Time4; //0x000C
    char pad_0x0010[0x20]; //0x0010
    __int32 IsPlaying; //0x0030
    char pad_0x0034[0x3CC]; //0x0034

}; //Size=0x0400

Time1-4 are all the same. IsPlaying is 1 if music is playing, 0 if it's not.
  • Find the pattern.
  • RPM pattern+0xD4.
  • RPM again returned address.
Have fun Smile
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